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Encourage Active Transportation (Ongoing)
The University can be a leader in Active Transportation by encouraging students, employees, and visitors to get out of the car-centric mentality. People on campus can walk, bike, take a bus, ride with a friend, or use a Zipcar to get around. It
Reduce Emissions from Transportation
- Encourage Active Transportation
- Reduce Emissions from Travel
- Sustainably Manage Transportation Systems
- Encourage Low-Emission Vehicles and Renewable Fuel Options
Further developing and encouraging the use of active transportation modes that promote walking, bicycling, and public transit is one of the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign’s strategic initiatives. The F&S Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Plan FY21–FY26 defines how the campus will continue to improve and manage the transportation network by focusing on safety, connectivity, sustainability, and reliability.
The TDM department collaborates with regional transportation planning partners and units across campus to implement policies and take actions to enhance pedestrian safety, increase mobility choices, and move the university closer to achieving carbon-neutrality Illinois Climate Action Plan (iCAP) objectives for transportation.